"Digital Horizons," a blockchain art show
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Hologram gallery proudly presents "Digital Horizons," a blockchain art show. The gallery will showcase an international group show that highlights art created on Tezos and Etherium platforms. Hologram Gallery wants to be on the forefront of new art technologies, and this show will display new experimentation in how we create and interact with art. In correlation with our physical show we will present a completely digital representation in web3.
Participating Artists: Adrian Pocobelli, Anand Galloway David, Aunseiva, Baso Ficonacci, Chi Moscou-Jackson, Devon Midori Hale, Foodmasku, Jake Millett, Justin Wood, Jurastics, Kota Nakazono, Lawrence Genette, Maneki Neko, Myujii, Psych-Pop, Sadgirl, Str4ngething
300 S Washington St, Seattle, WA 98104, USA
ABOUT THE GALLERY: Hologram is an artist-run Art Studio and Pop-Up Gallery founded in 2017. Originally housed in a vacant warehouse basement in Columbia City, Hologram features local Seattle artists. Hologram Gallery is now located in the street level of the Tashiro Kaplin Artist Building and showcases contemporary interdisciplinary artwork.
Hours: Shows are hosted for one pop-up night during First Thursday Pioneer Square Artwalk from 5pm – 10pm and the following Saturday from 12pm-4pm. The show remains up for one week, viewable by appointment.
For First Thursday, July 7th, 2022, Hologram Gallery debuts new paintings by Psych-Pop.
Psych-Pop is a collaboration of paintings, sculpture, installation, mixed media, public work, and experiential artwork between Devon Midori Hale and Chi Moscou-Jackson. In these paintings, Psych-Pop presents work that plays with subconscious but common imagery, such as brands, childhood cartoons, and many pop culture references. The chaotic scenes and stimulation overload reflect rising commercialism and consumption with feelings of absurdity, humor, and apocalyptic dread.